GB Physiotherapist Katie Flatters chooses an Annexe Police approved Bike Shed
Team GB Physiotherapist Katie Flatters contacted Asgard after recommendations from Team GB teammates Elinor Baker and Helen Scott, who have previously had Asgard bike sheds installed. Katie, along with her Team GB Nutritionist housemate Lauren Delany, needed a secure bike store discreet enough not to be an obvious bike shed, yet strong enough for her to house her bikes and equipment in. Katie picked the Annexe Police approved bike store, a 6ft x 4ft bike store to fit 3 bikes.
Once again, the Asgard shed installation team headed out to install the popular Annexe bike shed for Lauren and Katie.
“Katie and Lauren picked an excellent bike shed - the best shed in the Asgard range for maximum security in a compact size for both of their bikes to fit comfortably”. - Stuart, Asgard shed installation team.
Who is Katie Flatters?
Katie Flatters is a Sports Physiotherapist for the GB Cycling Team including Elinor Barker and Helen Scott. In her spare time, she is an all-around athlete, a cyclist enthusiast and has finished the Ironman Triathlon. She lives with Lauren Delany, an Ireland Rugby Fullback and GB nutritionist.
Why did Katie choose an Annexe Shed?
Asgard metal bike sheds have proved popular with the Team GB cycling team, with a choice of sizes and designs, we have storage sheds for all types of athletes and sports. Many Asgard sheds including the Annexe have received the Secured by Design (Police) approved status due to their integral metal bases, strong steel construction with reinforced panels, hinges and doors. These additional security features help Katie, Lauren and other Team GB athletes to have peace of mind and confidence to keep their beloved bikes stored in our high-security sheds, protected from thieves, the weather and condensation.
The Police Approved – Annexe Bike Storage x 3 shed, was the perfect fit for Katie. The UK made bike shed offers the ultimate protection for Bikes, but the compact unit can also be neatly installed into gardens without being too obtrusive.